The Summit Racing Equipment American Modified Series finally got its 2014 season opener in the books after a one week delay due to weather on Saturday evening at Clarksville Speedway in Clarksville, TN and Lucas Lee of Paris, TN would win the opening event for the Summit Racing Equipment American Modified Series 2014 season. The win for Lee would come aboard the Michael Lee owned Tank Line of Paris/Bruce Built Performance/Street Dynamics/Wiles Driveshafts/FK Rod Ends/Lucas Lee Motorsports sponsored #12 LG2 by Owens Chassis powered by a Mullins Race Engine.
Lee’s victory was worth $1,500 to the Paris, TN native and also marked the first ever series win on the tour for a driver from the Volunteer State. The event was the 39th event in the history of the tour and Lee’s victory made him the 23rd different winner in series history.
The Summit Racing Equipment American Modified Series completed its 2013 tour on Saturday evening with the Summit Racing Equipment AMS Season Championship event at Florence Speedway and Brian Ruhlman of Clarklake, MI scored his first-ever series win and became the first driver ever from the Wolverine State to claim a win on the tour. Ruhlman’s victory was worth $5,000 and came aboard his Rocket Race Cars, Performance Race Engines powered mount.
The Summit Racing Equipment American Modified Series returns to action after some time off to conclude its 2013 race campaign with the Annual Tour Championship Event on Saturday October 26 at Florence Speedway in Union, KY. The Championship event will pay $5,000 to win and $250 to start and many of the nation’s top Modified drivers are expected to vie for the win in this event that a series record 90 entries in 2012.